An ultimate guide – solo female travel in India

Are you planning a solo trip to India? Then you must follow a guide to get yourself aware of the surroundings, as we all know that the world is a bit challenging for females for a solo trip. So follow some of the instruction to prepare yourself for an upcoming vocational solo trip in India.

Ensure that you are cover-up

It is very hot in the Indian sun so a scarf around the head and face is the best option to protect yourself from dirt and pollution especially when you’re travelling metro cities like Delhi.

Be aware that you know the location pretty well

If you are travelling for the first time, then you must install Google map on your phone so that you will get to know the locations where you want to go. The app will help you find your current location easily without any hurdle. Make sure that you are fully aware of your surroundings.

Carry extra batteries of phone and camera

The whole day can be hectic and really busy so keep extra batteries of a camera and as well as a phone so that in case of emergency you will not get panic.

Chat with locals

The best way to make your travel easy is to chat with the locals on public transport because they can help you bit with your location and storing luggage. Even if you can’t speak the same language, smiling is the best way to connect and greet your fellow passengers.

Be aware of the scams and frauds

Research online before you go, so that you can get the ideas of the obvious scams you can face and how to get through those pitfalls. The scams can be dangerous and spoilers to your trip so make sure that you are fully aware of such scams and their consequences.

Be aware of the timings

Walking alone after dark isn’t a good idea in pretty much any country in the world these days. So, make sure that you are aware of the timings of India. And also make sure there is quick availability of transport so that you get back to your accommodation quickly.

India is one of the richest, most beautiful and welcoming countries in the world. Enjoy and explore every corner of its beauty and travelling solo in India is a more exciting, colourful, eye-opening and amazing adventure that can make you strong and get you a wonderful experience.

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